What Thickness Plywood Should You Use for Under a Bed ...

https://www.hunker.com/12003264/what-thickness-plywood-should-you-use-for-under-a-bed-mattress Before laying a piece of plywood under your mattress, read your mattress warranty, as using plywood might void it. The warranty card should have specific guidelines and warranty details. For the most part, warranties are straightforward and specify that altering the original design of the bed will result in the factory warranty being void.…

Plywood Between Mattress and Boxspring - Good or Bad

https://www.stlbeds.com/plywood-between-mattress-and-boxspring-good-or-bad-idea/ Using plywood may not allow the mattress to breathe properly and the wood can hold moisture even mold. Wood under the mattress can splinter causing the mattress fabric to snag and unravel especially in the case of 2 sided models. A mattress with plywood will not give the same support as a fresh new mattress. Probably not going to help a bad back.…

Do mattresses need to breathe? That is, if one has a solid ...

https://www.quora.com/Do-mattresses-need-to-breathe-That-is-if-one-has-a-solid-plywood-base-that-the-mattress-sits-on-is-this-a-bad-thing-Would-slats-be-preferable Oct 20, 2015 · If you have a Memory foam mattress, we advise people to put a plywood on top of your foundation if it has big slats/gaps to avoid sagging. Memory Foam material is self-ventilating and therefore have cells that are open and breathable. It's not alw...…

Plywood on a Box Foundation - The Mattress Underground

https://www.themattressunderground.com/mattress-forum/general-mattresses/13121-plywood-on-a-box-foundation.html Jul 13, 2013 · Hi emurphy, Both of the foundations you mentioned or any of the options in the foundation post here would work fine for a memory foam mattress without using any plywood on top of the slats. The 3" guideline is for a mattress that has latex in the bottom layer because latex is much more elastic than other foams but for mattresses that use polyfoam for the support core (such as most memory ……

People with a memory foam mattress: what do you use under ...

https://forums.anandtech.com/threads/people-with-a-memory-foam-mattress-what-do-you-use-under-it.2174151/ Jun 25, 2011 · This. Though they are not technically "Box Springs" (They have no springs), They are a simple "box" with a hard surface, & they are not soft. You could put plywood on a regular set of "box springs" if need be, but you just do not want your memory foam to ……

Where do I get a rigid queen-sized board for a foam mattress

https://ask.metafilter.com/62686/Where-do-I-get-a-rigid-queensized-board-for-a-foam-mattress May 15, 2007 · I have a love/hate relationship with my memory foam mattress topper (currently, I hate it and it's in a heap on the bedroom floor) but I've found shoving a few sheets of coroplast under it adds a lot of back support, more so if you layer the sheets with the hollows at right angles to each other. You can buy coroplast at sign shops or get it for ...…

What Kind of Foundation Does Your Mattress Need? - Memory ...

https://www.memoryfoamtalk.com/kind-foundation-mattress-need/ We recently replaced the tempurpedic base under our tempurpedic foam bed with a piece of plywood (the tempurpedic base was starting to come apart, and was basically a particleboard box, the top being one mattress-sized flat piece of dense particleboard). ... Now that we don’t have the factory base and have the memory foam mattress on the ...…

Using Plywood Instead of a Box Spring for My Mattress: Is ...

https://smartsleepingtips.com/using-plywood-instead-of-a-box-spring-for-my-mattress-is-it-possible/ Can I Use Plywood Under a Box Spring? Yes, plywood can be used under a box spring. You will definitely need a strong support if your mattress is foam or latex. If you do not want to throw out your box spring just yet, adding a few layers of plywood will make your box spring firmer.…